What inspires you? Comment in 7 words

What inspires me and almost every human, like people on online blogs is helping others with the skills, knowledge and resources they have.


Helping others is something built by nature in us. The highest of human needs is self actualization and is based on Maslows hierarchy of needs and human motivation theory.


Expressing one’s creativity, quest for spiritual enlightenment, pursuit of knowledge, and the desire to give to and/or positively transform society are examples of self-actualization.

So, for me personally, helping others suffering from challenges of depression, anxieties, OCD and other so called diseases of mind or brain, is something very inspiring.

People with challenges of depression and other mind related challenges are looked down in the world, often understood as crazy, mad, sick and weak, they are not understood and they suffer silently so much, no one knows their inner sufferings.

I have studied psychology and related fields for the same reason. I know what I think is the actual difference that makes the difference. The attitudes, practices, and knowledge required not just to heal your mind or brain but to create the excellence and results one wants. I have applied what I know and understand, it works.

Helping others, transforming the world in some way, making it better is one of the things that inspires all.

Helping others helps us attain the higher needs and is one of the higher motivation of humans, again higher doesn’t mean basic. It transcends us.

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  1. learning something new with a friend

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